Can you change an old 30A fuse box if it has 1r1b1w wire to a 15A gfci for a whirlpool tub outlet?
Yes you can. It involves working in the breaker box and changing out breakers. You'll also have to "re-identify" the black wire to green for your ground.
If you think you can do this, post back and I'll provide details on how.
Yes I Can! The fuse box has 2 30amp fuses.
At the breaker box you'll need a single 15amp breaker. YOU CANNOT USE THE EXISTING 30AMP BREAKER! Attach the black wire to the new breaker and the white wire to the neutral bus (where all the other whites are attached). You now have a red wire remaining. You'll use this as the ground wire. YOU MUST perform what is called "re-identifying" the wire by wrapping green tape around the wire. This lets someone know that the wire is a ground wire and not a hot wire (red is hot, green is ground). Attach this wire to the ground bus (where all the bare copper wires are).
Wiring the GFCI is just like a standard receptacle (black and white on the terminals and your RED (which has now become a ground wire) on the green ground screw. Make sure to wrap the red wire with green tape at the GCFI also! This is very important!
There is no power when plugging adaptor into the power outlet on 2000 Chrysler Town and Country. Where is the fuse for the power outlet located at?
I have a 05 Tacoma, and the fuse location should be the same. There is a 15 amp mini fuse located behind the change holder inside the cab. The change holder is located on the lower left panel of the dash. Open it and lift upward to get it to pop out. On the back of the change holder there is also a diagram. I believe the fuse is labeled as "Power Outlet".
No, it is a normal two prong fuse. There are three holes in the fuse box because if you put the fuse to one side the outlet is battery powered and ignition powered on the other. No, it is a normal two prong fuse. There are three holes in the fuse box because if you put the fuse to one side the outlet is battery powered and ignition powered on the other.
If the power outlet in a 2002 Dodge Neon does not work could it be a blown fuse and which fuse is it?
Under the hood there is a 20 amp fuse, in the P/Out slot. I had the same problem and this is what solved it. Had the same problem with the Dodge Intrepid. Fuse is in the box under the hood(!) (not in the in-side fuse panel). check for loose change in the outlet, a lighter will blow the fuse, as well as a bad cell charger/radar detector cord. Open hood, remove "fuse box cover" and…
The fuse for the power source will be in the fuse block, but your problem may be in the accessery cell phone charger power inverter etc... In which case you can unscrew the end and there will be a round glass fuse. In some cases you will have to take it apart with a screwdriver, but not too many. Good luck, shannon
Hi, There is one fuse for the two front power outlets (1 cigarette lighter and 1 power outlet) and a different fuse for the rear Electrical outlet. I believe the fuse for the front two is fuse 17, and the rear is fuse 22. I have included a link to the fuse diagram for your reference. Good Luck, Greg
Where is the fuse for the dash power outlet on a 2000 Dakota The outlet that's supposed to be hot all the time The wiring diagram shows a dedicated fuse somewhere but where?
The fuse is what restricts how much current you can draw from an outlet. If you have the wrong fuse you can draw more power than intended from an outlet - but only if the appliance plugged in can use it up. To get too much power out of an outlet, with a suitable appliance plugged in, then you also have to have a higher voltage in the outlet. And for that to happen, something…
The rear seat 12v power outlet fuse is the 20A fuse located above the relay panel, which is located behind the lower dash panel (below the steering wheel). The luggage compartment power outlet fuse(s) are the 20A fuses below the same relay panel. see http://www.b5one.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5622 for a description of how to access the relay panel.
Buy the appropriate dryer outlet. Loads are black and red, neutral is white, gnd is green or bare stranded. Many receptacles will have marks to identify the wires, use the marks to match up and guide you on which wire to put where in the new receptacle. Be sure to turn off the breaker or remove the fuse to the outlet before you begin.
I had a blown 25 amp fuse in the fuse box under the hood mounted on drivers side fender, it was labeled for power outlet, I believe it was fuse #11. I removed the other 25 amp fuse for the other power outlet and installed it where the burnt fuse was and my instrument cluster worked. It was not labeled for the instrument cluster.
Can be just a blown fuse, so check the fuse. The lighter itself can be defective or the outlet can be bad. Try a known good lighter from another car and see if it works. If so, your lighter is bad. If not, then check the fuse. If the fuse is good you know you have a wiring problem or the outlet is defective and must be replaced.
open small rectangular box under steering wheel, pull up the box and you will see instrument panel fuse there. it's two minute job just look the correct fuse as noted on manual and replace it. I just did today May 20,2012. I took spare fuse from Engine compartment fuse box it is middle one 15AMP, Now my both rear power outlet and front under cigarette lighter power outlet both working fine. It was fuse blown.
The outlet is connected to and protected by a breaker or fuse in a main electric panel. The outlet should be sized to the protection. Usually utility outlets in a residence are either 15 A or 20 A. If there are multiple outlets on a circuit then the total current cannot exceed the protection value of the breaker or fuse.
There are 2 fuse panels located on the 06 liberty, One under the hood and another on the drivers side of the dashboard, you will notice a long slender panel when you open the drivers door with a notch on the bottom of it, once you pop that panel out you will see the fuses, Fuse number 16 which should have a yellow 20 amp fuse in it is for the rear power outlet.
Where is the fuse for the clock on the Toyota Sienna 2003 model you cannot find it in the two fuse boxes that are under the hood?
On my 2001 Sienna there is a fuse box behind the coin cup--inside the van on the drivers side next to the hood release latch. There is a fuse for the cigarette lighter (15A) that also protects the clock circuit. Additionally, there is a 15A fuse for '12V power' that protects the lower front lighter outlet and the rear lighter outlet.....